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Forging lifelong sisterhood

Joining a sorority can be one of the best decisions that you make during your college career.

Sororities provide a home away from home and encourage unique and life-long friendships. Sorority members are exposed to ongoing programs and initiatives that are designed to transform members into future leaders. It is important that you are careful and thoughtful when deciding whether or not joining a sorority is right for you, as well as which organization best suits your values and passion.
  •  Membership Eligibility Requirement

  • Panhellenic Formal Recruitment Process

  • Cultural Based Sororities Membership Intake Process

The Panhellenic Association sororities promote honesty, respect, and friendship within their chapters and in their daily lives. As values based sororities they are designed to uplift the values of leadership, scholarship, philanthropy, service and sisterhood.


FGCU Chapter: Kappa Chi

Nickname: Alpha Chi

Chartered: November 7, 2015

National Founding: October 15, 1885 at DePauw University

Motto: "Together let us seek the heights"

Philanthropy: Domestic Violence Awareness, Prevention, and Education

Minimum GPA to Join: High School - 3.0, College - 2.8

President: Katie Whitlow

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FGCU Chapter: Pi Mu

Nickname: Chi O

Chartered: November 2007

National Founding: April, 5 1895 at University of Arkansas

Motto: "To be womanly always, to be discouraged never"

Philanthropy: The Make-A-Wish Foundation

Minimum GPA to Join: 2.75

President: Taylor Pyles


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FGCU Chapter: Epsilon Alpha

Nickname: Tri Delta

Chartered: October 2003

National Founding: November, 27 1888 at Boston University

Motto: "Let us steadfastly love one another"

Philanthropy: St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

Minimum GPA to Join: 2.80

President: Jaycie Elliott


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FGCU Chapter: Theta Zeta 

Nickname: D.G.

Chartered: Colonizing Fall 2019

National Founding: December 25, 1873

Motto: "Do Good"

Philanthropy: Service for Sight

Minimum GPA to Join: 2.0 (during establishment only, and will be raised the following year)

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FGCU Chapter: Eta Tau 

Nickname: Kay Dee 

Chartered: December 2010

National Founding: October, 23 1897 at State Female Normal School (now Longwood University)

Motto: "Let us strive for that which is honorable, beautiful and highest"

Philanthropies: Prevent Child Abuse America (PCAA), Girl Scouts of the USA, the Orthopedic Research Awards, and Children’s Hospital of Richmond, Virginia.

Minimum GPA to Join: 3.00

President: Katie Slominski

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FGCU Chapter: Theta Nu

Nickname: Phi Mu 

Chartered: November,2012

National Founding: January 4, 1852, at Wesleyan College in Macon, GA

Motto: "Les Soeurs Fidele" meaning "The Faithful Sisters"                                                                                                                     

Philanthropy: Children's Miracle Network Hospitals

Minimum GPA to Join: 2.75

President: Christina Kirkman


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FGCU Chapter: Kappa Tau

Nickname: Zeta

Chartered: April, 2004

National Founding: October, 15 1898 at Longwood College

Motto: "Seek the noblest"

Philanthropy: Breast Cancer Education and Awareness 

Minimum GPA to Join: 3.00

President: Hayden Reives


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The National Pan-hellenic Council represents 9 historically African-American fraternities and sororities who are committed to service, academic excellence, personal development, leadership development, and lifelong connections.


FGCU Chapter: Sigma Upsilon

Nickname: AKA's

Chartered: April 9, 2006

National Founding: January 15, 1908 at Howard University

Motto: "By Culture and By Merit"

Philanthropy: AKA Educational Advancement Foundation

President: Megan Page


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FGCU Chapter: Tau Upsilon

Nickname: SGRho

Chartered: November 2018

National Founding: November 12, 1922 at Butler University

Motto: "Greater Service, Greater Progress"

Philanthropy: March of Dimes

President: Veronica Smith


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FGCU Chapter: Gamma Tau

Nickname: Zetas

Chartered: April, 2008

National Founding: January 16, 1920 at Howard University

Motto: "A community conscious, action-oriented organization"

Philanthropy: March of Dimes

President: Sofie Morley


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The Multicultural Greek Council organizations fraternities and sororities encourage the celebration of culture, heritage, and individuality. These organizations foster diversity on campus and include unique organizations that highlight multiculturalism, Latin culture, and spirituality.


FGCU Chapter: No chapter designation

Nickname: SAEPi or Sigma AEPi

Chartered: Fall 2018

National Founding: October 8, 1998 at University California-Davis 

Motto: "Spirit, Strength, Sisterhood"

Philanthropy: American Jewish World Foundation

President: Michelle Avivi

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FGCU Chapter: Alpha Sigma

Nickname: SIA

Chartered: Fall 2009 

National Founding: September 29, 1990 at SUNY Albany

Motto"Semper Unum et Inseparabilis”

Philanthropy: One Heartland

President: Janeil Birch

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FGCU Chapter: Alpha Mu

Nickname: Theta Nu

Chartered: Spring 2014

National Founding: April 11, 1997 at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Motto: "Sisters of Diversity together as ONE"

Philanthropy: Girls for a Change

President: Melissa Salvatore

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